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Faisalabad City Govt to ink accord with Singapore on solid waste treatment

FAISALABAD – A delegation of senior officers of the Faisalabad City Government left for Singapore to sign an agreement with Singaporean authorities for the installation of a solid waste treatment plant in the district.
The delegation comprises Executive District Officer (Revenue) Liaqat Ali Chattha, Executive District Officer (Solid Waste) Liaqat Ali, Road Transport Authority Secretary Mohsin Rasheed and District Officer (Planning) Mehar Ramzan.
The group members will inspect a number of solid waste treatment plants and study various aspects of their functioning.
The delegation will sign an agreement with a Singaporean company for the installation of a plant to dispose of tons of the waste produced by the industrial city on daily basis. The plant that will be installed at Jarranwala Road will recycle the waste into usable items or material.
The most significant feature of the plant is that the heaps of the rubbish piled at various locations of the city will disappear. Apart from giving a cleaner look to the city, it will help reduce the spread of hepatitis that has the highest ratio in Faisalabad owing to environmental pollution.
The government that is spending millions of rupees on disposing the rubbish will instead earn money from this project because as per the proposed agreement, the Singaporean company will buy the waste from the city government to run their recycling process.
Nine suspected terrorists arrested: At nine suspected terrorists were arrested from the general bus stand area during a search operation the other day. On the instructions of Lyallpur Town Superintendent of Police (SP) Asmat Ullah Junejo, a heavy contingent of police raided the general bus stand area and launched a search operation to arrest suspected terrorists. They arrested at least nine suspects from different hotels of the area and handed them over to the interrogation teams.
Four COUPLES held from hotel: The local police, on a tip off, raided a hotel that was being used as a brothel and caught red-handed four couples in compromising condition. Reportedly, General Bus Stand Police Post in charge Sub-Inspector (SI) Siddique Ahmed Cheema got secret information that a hotel in the vicinity of the bus stand was being used as an undercover brothel since long.
The SI, along with a police contingent, raided the hotel and caught red-handed four couples in compromising condition in various rooms. Those arrested were Abdullah, Adnan, Allah Ditta, Kamran, Arooj, Ayesha, Gogi and Natasha. The hotel’s owner, Naeem Basra, manager Tauqeer Ahmed and deputy manager Haider Ali escaped during the raid while the police registered a case under sections 371-A and 371-B of Pakistan Penal Code against the arrested accused and absconders.
MAN COMMITS SUICIDE: A man who contacted love marriage to his cousin six months ago committed suicide over a row with his wife. Reportedly, 22-year-old Muhammad Iftikhar, a resident of Chak No 119 JB Samana village, under the jurisdiction of Millat Town Police Station, ended his life by shooting himself with a pistol after a quarrel with his wife.
Millat Town police registered a case of suicide and handed over the body to the deceased’s family. Social scientists say that the increasing number of suicides in the society reflects the level of tolerance that is an all-time low.

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